Aztecs' top returning tackler who is slated to start at safety for the second year in a row ... Has continued SDSU's tradition of producing top-notch safeties ... Was an important member of the rotation in the secondary his first two campaigns ... An athletic, physically-gifted player, who boasts a strong work ethic.
2005: Played and started all 12 contests ... Seventh in the MWC in tackles in overall (7.5/g) and league-only (8.4/g) games ... MWC honorable mention selection ... Had seven stops versus Wyoming ... Double-figure tackles with 11 versus New Mexico ... Had stellar game at Utah with his second career interception and a key forced fumble during a pivotal goal-line stand late in the game ... Was also second on the team with 11 tackles (eight solo) against the Utes to earn his first career Mountain West Conference defensive player of the week award ... Had nine tackles, including five solo stops at UNLV ... Second on the team in tackles with six and two PBUs versus BYU... Posted nine tackles at Ohio State ... Second on the team with a career-high 12 tackles (eight solo) in game against Air Force ... Started his first career game, recording six tackles versus UCLA.
2004: Saw action throughout the season ... Recorded his first career interception against Colorado State and his 22-yard return set up an Aztec touchdown in the fourth quarter ... Also broke up a pass against the Rams ... Credited with a pass break-up in the season opener against Idaho State ... Had a pair of tackles in the win over Nevada.
2003: Ended the season with 21 tackles, including 10 solo stops ... Best game was a five-tackle effort against New Mexico ... Also recovered a fumble against the Lobos ... Credited with three tackles against Eastern Washington and Brigham Young.
2002: Sat out the season to concentrate on academics.
High School: A highly decorated prepster ... Listed on the SuperPrep Far West team ... Rated 54th in the region (California, Nevada and Hawaii) by the magazine ... Also one of 50 players nationally listed as a Red Zone player by USA Today ... Named as a Top 50 player by Cal-Hi Sports ... Originally committed to Washington State ... Helped lead the Wildcats to a 7-4 record and the CIF playoffs ... Saw action as a defensive back and receiver ... Ended his senior season with 42 tackles and four interceptions ... Had 13 tackles behind the line of scrimmage ... Was a league champ in the 110 high hurdles, earning all-CIF honors in track.
Personal: Born March 20, 1984, in Oceanside ... Son of Reginald and Desirah Grigsby ... Father is a police captain ... Majoring in criminal justice.
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